Category: University

Critical Analysis of Sheikh Hasina’s interview in BBC’s HARD talk

Introduction: The paper examines the conversation of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s interview with BBC’s HARD talk as well as her ideology. It also justifies the published newspaper article which is based on the conversation and it shows the difference between the published copies with the original conversation. Our endeavor is to explain and analyze the …

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A Sample Course Design On Teaching Grammar in a Meaningful Context

A Sample Course Design for Secondary Level Students (6-10)                                        On Teaching Grammar in a Meaningful Context   Course Objectives: This course is designed to meet the basic needs of our students (secondary school level) in learning grammar. It is a modern grammar learning course which is different from traditional learning courses. The purpose …

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South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction

South Asian Diaspora in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Fiction Contemporary post-colonial fictions are dealt with the themes of migration, homelessness, loss of identity,  rootlessness and exilic experiences. In a broad sense, these themes are the most common themes  of Third World, post-colonial and commonwealth literature.  Jhumpa Lahiri, the first Indian author  to win prestigious Pulitzer Prize in …

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Some Basic Skills of a Student

If a student tries to do better in his career, he has to keep some basic skills which will help him to be more confident and expert. The skills are explained: a. Critical thinking: A student of English department has to keep the knowledge of critical thinking and he has to acquire the ability to …

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Critical Analysis of the Poem “Looking Glass” by Kamala Das

Critical Analysis of the poem “Looking Glass” by Kamala Das   The Looking Glass holds up the image of woman’s dependence on her man and shows how the woman gave her everything away, starting from her body to her trust, to the male. Her dependence is also seen, as she is in an intimate relation …

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A Research Paper on English Department Curriculum and Former Graduates of English

                                                Acknowledgements Research paper writing involves being critical as well as reflective. At the same time, it is also a great opportunity for us to write this research paper on: “An Evaluation of …

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How to Learn Speaking English

A dialogue between you and your teacher about how to learn speaking in English   Myself:      Good morning, sir. How are you? Teacher:  Good morning. I am fine. What’s about you? Myself:     I am also fine. Sir, I need your suggestion about a topic.

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Exercise on Preposition

Fill in the blanks with appropriate preposition   1.  A pious man is absorbed (a) ____meditation. He has firm faith (b) _____the Almighty. He abides (c) _____the rules of religion. He clings (d) ______ his faith. He knows that man is accountable to the Almighty (e) ________his action. So, he leads his life according to …

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Theme of The Wasteland by T.S.Eliot

The Theme of ‘The Wasteland’ The theme of the poem is the recovery of the waste land, not as a certainty but a possibility of emotional, spiritual and intellectual vitality to be regained. The whole world has become a wasteland. It presents modern London as a dry, waste land. The poem is built around the …

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Theme of Breakfast of Champions

Critical Analysis of Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut  In Breakfast of Champions, one of Kurt Vonnegut’s most beloved characters, the aging writer Kilgore Trout, finds to his horror that a Midwest car dealer is taking his fiction as truth. Here he has described about the funny satire, as Vonnegut looks at war, sex, racism, success, …

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